Neurosurgery

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Outpatient and Inpatient Facilities


FROEDTERT MEMORIAL LUTHERAN HOSPITAL

Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital

is a 430-bed tertiary care medical center designated as a Level One Trauma Center. The fifth floor of the Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital is assigned to neurosurgery critical care, acute neurosurgery, neurosurgery-neurology, and spinal cord injury rehabilitation. There are twelve Neurosurgical Intensive Care Unit beds, eighteen acute spinal cord injury beds and twenty-eight general neurosurgical beds. Overflow patient beds are available. Froedtert outpatient facilities are located in the clinic building adjacent to the hospital. There are thirteen examination rooms and a workroom in the Neurosurgery Clinic.


ZABLOCKI VETERANS ADMINISTRATION MEDICAL CENTER

The Zablocki Veterans Administration Medical Center

is a 182-bed tertiary medical facility located approximately 5 miles from Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital. Neurosurgical patients share a surgical intensive care unit and accommodations on the general surgical floor. Outpatient clinic facilities are in the main hospital building.


CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL OF WISCONSIN

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin

is a 222-bed tertiary care facility serving as the only facility in the state caring solely for children and functions as the state’s Level One pediatric trauma center. U.S. News and World Report ranked Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin number 30 in America’s Best Children’s Hospitals 2008 edition. In addition, the neurosciences was ranked number 28 in the country. Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin has a 24-bed pediatric intensive care unit, a 22-bed neonatal intensive care unit, and 70 specialty clinics. The hospital will open a new patient tower within the next year. A Neuroscience unit will be established on the 8th floor, housing the 8 bed pediatric epilepsy monitoring unit, and the neurosurgical and neurological patients. Three 24 bed intensive care units will be formed, with the neurosurgical patients cared within one unit, with an adjacent CT and MR imaging suite. A dedicated Neuroscience outpatient clinic accommodates the neurosurgery, neurology, and multi-disciplinary brain tumor clinics.

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